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Science as a public enterprise: the case for open data.

by Geoffrey Boulton, Michael Rawlins, Patrick Vallance, Mark Walport
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Abstract

The past half-century has seen a breathtaking surge in scientific discovery. We have put satellites into orbit and probed the universe; we have discovered the chemical structure of living organisms and learned to manipulate it; we have been able to read the Earth's history in minute detail from ice-sheet and ocean cores; and we have improved human and animal health through increasingly large epidemiological studies and clinical trials. All of these achievements have necessitated new ways of coll ...

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